Open 7 days (22)

The Old Foundry at One Federal Restaurant and Lounge

1 Federal St., St. Albans, 802-524-0330

Plates at the family-friendly spot include loaded potato skins, roasted-beet salad and coconut curried mussels.

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Positive Pie (Hardwick)

87 S. Main St., Hardwick, 802-472-7126

Toppings for these handmade, thin-crust pizzas are sourced from area farms — try the Bruschetta pie, with white garlic sauce, a pesto swirl and balsamic reduction. At the bar, find 18 beers on tap and imaginative cocktails.

Agave Taco and Tequila Casa

Agave Taco and Tequila Casa

28 Walnut St., Williston, 802-876-7129

Traditional Tex-Mex dishes such as queso dip and carnitas burritos commingle with modern American plates of avocado toast and fried green tomatoes at this shopping-center taqueria. Check out the selection of fine tequilas.

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Dedalus Wine Shop, Market & Wine Bar

388 Pine St., Burlington, 802-865-2368

A warehouse-size space stocks charcuterie, imported specialty goods, cheeses and breads. The glass-enclosed bar and restaurant serves small plates to complement the extensive wine list.

The Skinny Pancake (Burlington)

60 Lake St., Burlington, 802-540-0188

At this crêperie, try the Lovemaker, which combines strawberries and Nutella. Locavore salads, soups, fondue and espresso drinks are also on the menu.

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Solstice Restaurant

7412 Mountain Rd., Stowe Mountain Lodge, Stowe, 802-253-3560

Breakfasts such as cinnamon steel-cut oatmeal fuel mountain fun. At dinner, there’s lobster-and-truffle risotto and all-day braised short ribs in the elegant 110-seat dining room.

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Tres Amigos & Rusty Nail Stage

1190 Mountain Rd., Stowe, 802-253-6245

The Mexican fare includes hibiscus-glazed chicken and ancho-rubbed steak, along with tacos, enchiladas and burritos. Find dozens of tequilas at the bar. Local, regional and national bands hit the historic Rusty Nail club stage several nights a week.

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Wicked Wings (Essex Junction)

1 Market Place #25, Essex Junction, 802-879-7111

Chicken — wickedly hot and otherwise — is the main attraction. Choose from 16 sauces, three levels of heat and seven types of dry seasoning on your wings. You’ll find burgers, falafel, salads and craft beer, too. Seasonal hours.

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Dave’s Cosmic Subs

150 Dorset St., Suite 215, South Burlington, 802-489-7827

Serving up sandwiches and local craft beer with a side of rock and roll, the “far-out” sub shop’s zany creations are informed by 1960s and ’70s cultural references. The Grateful Dave is layered with turkey, avocado, alfalfa sprouts, “cosmic sauce” and hot pepper juice.

The Lighthouse Restaurant and Lounge

38 Lower Mountain View Dr., Colchester, 802-448-3361

A trip to the 60-item salad bar comes with every entrée at this steak and seafood restaurant. The tuna tartare is excellent. Sunday brunch.

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Coriander

1 Washington St., Middlebury, 802-458-8134

Farm-to-table American fusion plates — including mussels Provençal and wraps stuffed with chipotle-rubbed shrimp, avocado and herbed aioli — draw a diverse college-town crowd.

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Positive Pie (Barre)

219 N. Main St., Barre, 802-622-8051

An ingredient-driven pizza joint offers creative pies, seasonal burgers and a Barre take on brick chicken — the bird is pressed beneath a block of granite.

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Positive Pie (Plainfield)

69 Main St., Plainfield, 802-454-0133

The locally sourced pub fare includes hand-tossed New York-style pizzas, complemented by a long list of draft beers, specialty cocktails and wines.

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Magic Hat Artifactory

5 Bartlett Bay Rd., South Burlington, 802-658-2739

Visit the funky tasting room at one of Vermont’s original craft breweries for whimsically named brews such as the Circus Boy hefeweizen — plus grilled sandwiches, soups and salads.

City Market, Onion River Co-op (Burlington South End)

207 Flynn Ave., Burlington, 802-540-6400

The much-anticipated South End location of Burlington’s grocery cooperative offers a robust selection of marinated meats and spit-roasted birds in addition to groceries and hot and cold prepared foods.

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deMena’s

44 Main St., upstairs, Montpelier, 802-613-3172

Dishes such as caramelized avocado salad, coconut gazpacho and a chorizo burger enliven a Latin-inspired menu. Sip a craft cocktail on the deck, or salsa dance in the upstairs lounge.

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Idletyme Brewing Company

1859 Mountain Rd., Stowe, 802-253-4765

Specializing in seasonal comfort food and small-batch craft beer, this dog- and family-friendly brewpub comes with perks: an outdoor biergarten, lawn games and a fireside lounge.

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Positive Pie (Montpelier)

22 State St., Montpelier, 802-229-0453

Step into a hip bar-trattoria for hand-tossed pizzas, Italian entrées, local beers and creative martinis. Live music on the weekend.

City Market, Onion River Co-op (Downtown Burlington)

82 S. Winooski Ave., Burlington, 802-861-9700

Choose from grab-and-go meals, side dishes, sushi, baked goods, signature sandwiches and salads — or make your own meal from the hot and cold bars.

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The Great Northern

716 Pine St., Burlington, 802-489-5102

The kitchen here takes its cues from global cuisines of the north. Slurp shellfish from the raw bar, or snack on fries with smoked pork and Korean pepper aioli. Weekend brunch.

Magnolia Bistro

1 Lawson Lane, Suite 10, Burlington, 802-846-7446

Vermont’s first certified green restaurant cooks up breakfast and lunch favorites with a twist — think Belgian lime waffles and Philly cheesesteaks made with seitan.

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The Old Post

733 Queen City Park Rd., South Burlington, 802-497-0202

Locals come for the beer and Old Post Burger — topped with bacon and blue cheese and drizzled with barbecue or Buffalo sauce — and stay for the live music. Two TVs flank a shimmering bronze horse sculpture.

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